petechial


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pe·te·chi·al

(pe-tē'kē-ăl, pē-tek'-),
Relating to, accompanied by, or characterized by petechiae.

pe·te·chi·al

(pĕ-tē'kē-ăl)
Relating to, accompanied by, or characterized by petechiae.

petechial

(pē-tē′kē-ăl)
Marked by the presence of petechiae.
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-- When a petechial rash appears in a patient ill with flulike symptoms, think "meningococcal disease."
We often observe petechial rashes above the neckline in children who have been vomiting during common childhood illnesses, or even see generalized rashes in those with idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura or an enterovirus infection.
Also transmitted by ticks, Rickettsia rickettsii causes blanching pink macules that progress into petechial macules or papules.
The most prominent necropsy findings in the current study was accumulation of jelly like fluid in the pericardial sac, hepatitis, nephritis with necrosis and petechial and echymotic hemorrhages observed in 100% of the dead birds in both broiler and ostrich (Anjum, 1990; Muneer et al., 1989; Raines et al., 1997; El-Attrache et al., 2001) (Supplementary Fig.
There were petechial haemorrhages on the thymus and epicardial surface of the lung.
Additionally Bleeding manifestation in the form of epistaxis, gum bleed, per rectal bleed, increased menstrual flow & petechial rash along with its various laboratory parameters have also been taken into account.
Petechial rashes or pinpoint red rashes due to bleeding
Sheku was found to have more than 20 facial cuts and bruises, petechial haemorrhages - a sign of asphyxiation - in his eyes, a fractured rib and grazing on his chest.
'He had a hypostatic congestion on the left lung due to prolonged recumbency on left lateral side, a congested heart, congested liver and mild hepatomegaly, petechial haemorrhage spleen, pale kidney, a normal stomach and intestinal content with inflammation of intestinal mucosa,' said Nurain.
The conjunctival membranes were having few petechial hemorrhages.
A study by Bulger et al (29) identified 27 patients with FES, of whom 26 (96%) exhibited respiratory manifestations, but only 16 (59%) and 9 (33%), respectively, demonstrated neurologic abnormalities and a petechial skin rash.
Possible hypotheses for putaminal T1 hyperintensity include a protein hydration layer in the swollen gemistocytes, putaminal petechial hemorrhage, demyelination, transient ischemic changes, and localized Wallerian degeneration (5).